I'm just wondering if anyone has clues or history what this could be before I hear back from the SC. I figure it has to be something 'general' (like a overall sensor board, is there such a thing?) because of the nature of the beast. Last night as I was calling Customer Support about the Homelink issue to get their answer as to when a fix is coming ('in a release coming soon' as it is a known issue, I did find out), and as I was trying to break Homelink by doing things like stopping charging and unplugging, I, all of a sudden, got these alerts: Car needs service: Parking Assist Steering Assist and the Air Bag light was on. FWD doors also don't open, which makes me think their sensors aren't working either, perhaps? I was on hold for Customer Support at the time, and when I got to them, they had me reboot (turn off/on) the car, which I had already done, for a longer time (two minutes), with no luck. They also ran some diagnostics, and concluded a flatbed was needed (mainly because of the air bag alert, but because of the lack of power steering also). The car was picked up this morning and now is at Tysons waiting to be looked at. (Backing it out of the garage, I can tell you, I wouldn't want to drive more than 100 feet without power steering! ) Has anyone had a similar 'general sensor failure' before? Going to check with them shortly to see if they have any ETA, and on the status of a loaner, which I didn't get last night, since I had no idea on how quickly this might be resolved. (Total miles is currently only 220 since the first week the car was at the wrappers!) Thanks for any comments on similar issues anyone has!